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Этиология расстройств аутистического спектра 2773

Виноградова К.Н., Студент, Университетский Колледж Лондона, K.vinogradova.12@ucl.ac.uk

Аннотация

Расстройства аутистического спектра представляют собой распространённую и поэтому актуальную проблему. Существует немалое количество теорий, касающихся причин возникновения аутизма: как социальных, так и биологических. В данной статье освещены различные исследования этиологии аутизма/аутистичности в зарубежной литературе. Описаны исследования генетических и пренатальных факторов, равно как и факторов, связанных со строением и функционированием нервной и иммунной систем и работой ЖКТ, потенциально объясняющих некоторые симптомы данного спектра личностных расстройств.

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